Hershey's Haunted Harvest?

Friday, October 8, 2004 9:41 AM
Does anyone have any thoughts on it? I think it has potential to be cool but will it be another typical park haunted attraction? They are saying it's for teens and adults, but other haunted attractions have ratings like that and they aren't that great.

The intro seems pretty cool and the story behind Haunted Harvest. It's going to have 3 areas, The Fearhouse, Scream Acers, and Dread Shed. Is it in the park, or possibly across Hersheypark Drive in the field?

The reason I'm wondering is it's $18 for it, or $33 to include the ride all day pass for the rides. For that price I can go to one of the other haunted attractions in the area, Field Of Screams, Jason's Woods, or The Haunted Mill and have about a 2 hour experiance. I just don't want to pay $18 and walk thru the entire thing in a half hour thinking that was lame.

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Friday, October 8, 2004 5:31 PM
It is in the park in the three big catering areas.
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Thursday, October 14, 2004 12:50 PM
Bump
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Friday, October 15, 2004 12:46 PM
They did a spot on it last night on WGAL 8, the masks were all hand made by a local designer. The ones they showed were pretty scary looking.

Hershey seems to be getting a little money hungry, $18 extra for this attraction, PKD includes it in the admission price and has more areas to visit.

There is a $2 coupon (good on Sundays only) on their website. Still, the SR lines should be a lot shorter in 40 degree weather (let's hope they can still run it).

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Friday, October 15, 2004 7:17 PM
33 dollars for a combined all-fay ride/haunted harvest pass doesn't sound too far out of line. Actually, since I would prefer to go just for the rides, I'd rather pay the 21 bucks for a ride pass than 30-some dollars or more for a combined admission at another park that included features I wouldn't use anyway.

Hope the weather clears up for Saturday, the 'very breezy' conditions might make it interesting, or at least the lines shorter.

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